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Church of St Andreww and Attached Former Sunday School

A Grade II Listed Building in Nottingham, Nottingham

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Latitude: 52.9568 / 52°57'24"N

Longitude: -1.1538 / 1°9'13"W

OS Eastings: 456946

OS Northings: 340268

OS Grid: SK569402

Mapcode National: GBR LNN.96

Mapcode Global: WHDGS.7YV4

Plus Code: 9C4WXR4W+PF

Entry Name: Church of St Andreww and Attached Former Sunday School

Listing Date: 30 November 1995

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1270832

English Heritage Legacy ID: 457127

Location: Hyson Green and Arboretum, Nottingham, NG1

County: Nottingham

Electoral Ward/Division: Arboretum

Built-Up Area: Nottingham

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Nottingham St Peter with St James

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Description


NOTTINGHAM

SK5640SE GOLDSMITH STREET
646-1/13/224 (West side)
Church of St Andrew and attached
former Sunday school

GV II

Presbyterian church, now United Reformed church, and attached
former Sunday school. Dated 1869, by Robert Evans of
Nottingham. Additions and alterations mid C20. Rockfaced stone
with ashlar dressings and slate roof with coped gables.
Various lias limestone bands. Gothic Revival style.
EXTERIOR: plinth, pointed arched windows with hood moulds.
Single unit, with semicircular transepts and prominent porches
and stair towers at west end. Sunday school adjoining at east
end.
Main unit has at the east end, a traceried round window. On
each side, two 2-light windows. At the west end, facing the
street, 5 arcaded windows, flanked by straight buttresses.
Above, a 4-light window, traceried, with a round window above.
Transepts have 3 single light windows. To south-west, a square
porch, 2 storeys, with pyramidal roof and angle buttresses.
Pointed arched double door to west, 2-light window to north.
To north-west, a gable porch, 2 storeys. To north, a pointed
arched double door with shafts, and above it, a 2-light
window. Right return has a single light stair window.
In the return angles of the porches, external corridors with
quatrefoil coping.
Sunday school, 2 storeys plus basement, has two 2-light
windows at the north end, with quatrefoil heads.
INTERIOR rendered, mainly original. Single space with crossing
flanked by transepts, rear gallery, and entrance lobby flanked
by stair tower and baptistry. Main space barrel vaulted with
match board panelling and wooden ribs. Transepts are spanned
by double wooden arches, pointed, with traceried spandrels.
Wooden half-domes with ribs.
At the front, panelled wooden screen, pulpit, organ case and
reading desk, 1869. Stained glass round window, 1870. At the
rear, a wooden gallery on cast-iron columns with crocket
capitals. Traceried wrought-iron crest to panelled front.
Under the gallery, a doorway flanked by 2 windows, all with
pointed arches. Each side of the gallery, doors with stained
glass panels. Crossing has at each corner a round column with
crocket capital, flanked at the front by pointed arched
doorways. At the rear, pointed arched doors to east, and
shouldered doors to north and south leading to internal
porches.
Entrance lobby has pointed arched doors at each end, and 3
stained glass windows, c1920. Stairwells contain stone
cantilever stairs with elaborate cast-iron balusters.
Baptistry to south has an octagonal panelled font with shafts,
1893. Other fittings include original curved benches
throughout. No memorials.


Listing NGR: SK5694640268

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